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What's happening in and around Wilsonville this week and coming up in September and October?

SUBMITTED PHOTO - Nova Scotian sisters Cassie and Maggie MacDonald will perform Oct. 14 as part of the Saturday Community Concert in Tualatin.Thursday, Sept. 21

SMALL FARMS — Clackamas Community College's Horticulture Bepartment offers "Small Farms Schools," a hands-on course for rural landowners covering topics such as business, marketing, crops, soil and water. Register at smallfarms.oregonstate.edu/small-farm-school.

Saturday, Sept. 23

GET CRABBIN' — Support the Clackamas Community College's wrestling program and plan on attending its annual crab feed and fundraiser. It's an all-you-can-eat affair, with appetizers, auction and social hour. Go to clackamascougars.com to find out more.

Monday, Sept. 25

DRB PANEL B — The Development Review Board Panel B meets the fourth Monday of each month. Agendas and packets are available to download at ci.wilsonville.or.us/AgendaCenter.

Tuesday, Sept. 26

SALSA PARTY — Listen to salsa music, eat salsa and enjoy a variety of vendors at Clackamas Community College's Salsa Party, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 19600 Molalla Ave. Vendors are currently being sought and can include artisans, public agencies and retailers. For more informa-tion call Michelle Baker at 503-594-3041.

HISTORY PUB — Presented by the Wilsonville-Boones Ferry Historical Society, Wilsonville Library Foundation and McMenamins, History Pub celebrates Oregon history with a variety of presenters. This month it's "Catch a Thief: International Art Theft and the FBI" with Lynne McKee, former Art Theft Program Manager for the FBI. Free, McMenamins Old School, 30340 S.W. Boones Ferry Road, 6:30 p.m.

Monday, Oct. 2

CITY COUNCIL — Wilsonville City Council work session and meeting at City Hall, 29799 S.W. Town Center Loop E. Both work session, at 5 p.m. and meeting, 7 p.m. are open to the public and agendas can be found at ci.wilsonville.or.us.

Thursday, Oct. 5

COFFEE CREEK OPEN HOUSE — The City of Wilsonville is hosting an informational meeting and open house about the Coffee Creek Industrial Area, covering the future vision for the area, proposed zoning changes, planned roadway improvements and the Willamette Water Supply Project. City staff will be on hand at Republic Services, 10295 S.W. Ridder Road, from 6-7:30 p.m. to answer questions about what these projects mean for nearby property owners and residents.

Friday, Oct. 6

FREE MOVIE — Head to Wilsonville Library at 6 p.m. for a free film, 8200 S.W. Wilsonville Road.

Saturday, Oct. 7

HOOP HOUSE — Learn to grow year-round food in your background. Participants will be guided through the construction of a mini hoop house. Bring up to a dozen 10-foot, 1?„2-inch galvanized electrical conduit. Class sponsored by the Clackamas Community College Horticulture Department, cost is $20. For more information about horticulture offerings at CCC or register, call 503-594-3292, email Loretta Mills at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit www.clackamas.edu/academics/skills-development-training/workshops.

Wednesday, Oct. 11

PLANNING COMMISSION — The Planning Commission meets the second Wednesday of each month at Wilsonville City Hall, 9799 S.W. Town Center Loop E. Agendas and packets will be made available to download at ci.wilsonville.or.us/AgendaCenter.

Thursday, Oct. 12

BOOK CLUB — Join fellow readers for a discussion of "The Lost City of the Monkey God: A True Story" by Doug Preston, 6 p.m. at Wilsonville Library, 8200 S.W. Wilsonville Road.

UPCOMING

SEED SAVING — Learn the basics of seed saving and how to integrate it into your growning spaces. The workshop combines lecture and hands-on work. Cost is $30. Class sponsored by the Clackamas Community College Horticulture Department. For more information about horticulture offerings at CCC or register, call 503-594-3292, email Loretta Mills at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit www.clackamas.edu/academics/skills-development-training/workshops.

COMMUNITY CONCERT — Nova Scotian sisters Cassie and Maggie MacDonald will perform Oct. 14 as part of the Saturday Community Concert in Tualatin. The sisters play a blend of traditional and contemporary Celtic music.

PUMPKIN REGATTA — The 14th annual Pumpkin Regatta returns to Tualatin Oct. 21, a free event where you can watch costumed characters paddle 1,000-pound pumpkin boats in a series of wacky races. The Pumpkin Regatta also features pie eating contests, kids pumpkin decorating, face painting, pumpkin golf, pumpkin bowling, a kids costume contest, Smokey and Rojo the Llama Boys, clown shows, hot food and drinks, and more. In addition, the Pacific Giant Vegetable Growers will hold the 18th annual Terminator Weigh-Off and New Seasons Giant Tomato Weigh-Off. There will also be a 5K Regatta Run and a Regatta Medallion Hunt, where treasure hunters can follow clues to find a hidden medallion and win a prize. Go to tualatinoregon.gov/pumpkinregatta for more information.

HAPPY DAZE — West Linn artist Josh Gross has an exhibit of high-quality ink jet prints on display at Clackamas Community College Oregon City campus, 19600 Molalla Ave. from Sept. 18-Oct. 27.

ONGOING

TIGERS BE STILL — Clackamas Repertory Theatre presents the offbeat comedy "Tigers Be Still" through Oct. 1. It follows the misadventures of a young woman adrift after earning her master's degree and living at home, back in her old room. The show is presented at the Osterman Theatre, 19600 Molalla Ave. Find out more at clackamasrep.org.

BIBLE STUDY — Registration is now open for a community Bible study for women, held at Community of Hope Church. Annual fee is $50 with scholarships available. For more information contact Krista, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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